Croucher Summer Course

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The Croucher Summer Course is a five-day residential summer course, which sets out to educate and inspire a small group of very promising postgraduate students and early career researchers from Hong Kong and the… Continue reading

Oxford-NDM Podcast: CCOUC on “Translational Medicine”

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The director of CCOUC, Professor Emily Chan, was featured as the latest guest speaker in the The Nuffield Department of Medicine, “Translational Medicine” podcast series. The 7-minute podcast introduces the need for robust disaster… Continue reading

Seminar: First Aid Training in Hong Kong

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2013 Disaster Research Seminar Series: First Aid Training in Hong Kong: A Cross-sectional Study of First Aid Training in the General Population as a Means of Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Response Date: Monday,… Continue reading

Health workshops for Bridge to China

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CCOUC was invited to facilitate two health workshops at an annual training camp organized by Wu Zhi Qiao (Bridge to China) Charitable Foundation from 18 to 24 Feb 2013. Students across universities from… Continue reading

Mental Health of Children and Adolescents in Post-Conflict Setting

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Disaster Research Seminar Series Longitudinal Mental Health of Children and Adolescents in Post-conflict settings Date: Tuesday, 5 March 2013 Time: 12:45 – 1:45pm Venue: KCTCRC 1/F, School of Public Health, Prince of Wales… Continue reading

Seminar: Modeling Effects of Cholera Interventions

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As a community knowledge transfer initiative, CCOUC invited Dr. Isaac Fung, Prevention Effectiveness Fellow from the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (USA), to deliver a seminar on “The challenges of modeling the potential… Continue reading

Philippines Typhoon 2012: Emergency Appeal

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菲律宾风灾2012:紧急呼吁 (香港红十字会) 12月4日,台风「宝霞」横扫菲律宾棉兰老岛,造成严重破坏。香港红十字会在本港向公众发出紧急募捐呼吁,为是次风灾的赈灾活动筹募善款。请即行动援助受风灾影响人士!详情请浏览 www.redcross.org.hk。 Philippines Typhoon 2012: Emergency Appeal (Hong Kong Red Cross) Typhoon Bopha ploughed across Mindanao, the Philippines on 4 December, causing widespread destruction. HKRC appeals to the generosity of the Hong… Continue reading